On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 12:43 PM, Jeff Schweiner<schween at cray.com> wrote:
> I'm getting an unexpected message when working on FM books that uses
> conditional tags. ?The message is listed below. The filename reported in
> the message (chiaTp_cover.fm in the example below) is always the first
> file in the book, all other files are saved without a message.
>
> "File C:\Documents and
> Settings\schween\Desktop\chiaTp\Sections\chiaTp_cover.fm has changed on
> the disk since you last opened or saved it. ?Someone else has probably
> modified the file. ?Do you want to save it anyway?"
>
> The message is generated as follows:
>
> 1. Open the book file.
> 2. Open all files in the book (using Shift key + File -> Open All Files
> in Book).
> 3. In the book window, select all files in the book, then change the
> conditional view (using View -> Show/Hide Conditional Text).
> 4. I then save all the files in the book (using Shift key + File -> Save
> All Files in Book) and get the message for only the first file in the
> book.
> 5. I click OK in the message window. ?A GIF image on the cover master
> page turns into a gray box, everything else seems fine. ?I put the GIF
> in an anchored frame, that solved the gray image problem. ?But I still
> get the message every time I change the conditional view and save the
> files.
>

The same thing happens to me. As far as I can tell, if you're the only
person working on the files, you can ignore the message. I'm not sure
how to prevent it, though. Even if it is preventable, it may not be
wise to.

-- 
Lin Sims

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